Curious about how this super-toned fitness pro stays satiated? Here's a look at what she eats in a typical day.
STOP BEING A MARTYR!!! A common excuse many people make for not taking care of themselves is that they are too busy taking care of others. Whether i...
Syrian civilians under siege from a civil war are trying to survive eating leaves and grass. They are pleading for the international community for help. But the war and hunger goes on.
While it's not yet a valid defense in court, hanger is a real, physiological phenomenon. When the body is deprived of blood glucose -- which happens when you haven't eaten recently -- the brain receives all kinds of signals to behave aggressively. Here's what's really going on when your empty stomach triggers that rage-y feeling in your head.
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Black wellness is the physiological resource that made the historical examples of liberation above possible. Be it by food, ceremony, or institutionalizing our healing practices, Black wellness asks us not only to believe in self-determination politically, but to imbue that belief with the raw material that makes the self feel vibrantly worth determining.
Things have gone incredibly well. Beyond my wildest dreams. It's hard to believe I had major surgery three days ago.
The flaws in genuinely expert advice about diet are analogous to: this hose vs. that hose; this water pressure vs. that. Spraying gasoline instead of water is a problem at a different level altogether.
The food system is an essential part our lives in many respects. It is a very complex, integrated network that comprises not only supply chains of big companies, but also the institutions, the businesses and the people involved in the production, consumption, and distribution of the food we need to live healthy and productive lives.
Talking is the first step towards meaningful change and building greater awareness, acceptance, and action. Today, I want you to break the silence and talk. Here are 5 tips that I recommend that might help you improve your MENTAL FITNESS!
Be good to yourself... slowly lift off the gas and create a new speed that allows your body to thrive.
Few foods are always bad or always good; it's fine to indulge in dessert sometimes, of course. So the researchers were curious: Would a more balanced message reduce that backfire effect of the negative messages?
Ever since I was little I've always loved writing in my diaries. I have a stack of them, from childhood through college. Boys, school, boys, music, ...
There is so much information out there on what your kids are supposed to be eating. Eat this, not that! And NEVER those! It can be so confusing ...
I've distilled the good stuff that helps me bounce back more quickly when things get a little too crazy into this list of seven tiny habits (so you don't get overwhelmed) that you can follow along to and start putting into practice today.
Connecting people through conversations and resources serves as the catalyst to social change. The Pollination Project gives $1000 seed grants to grantees making a difference in the way that we talk about and address social matters, as well as how we allocate resources to the communities that need them most.
If there's something I've noticed about fitness myths, it's that everyone is equally vulnerable to them. It doesn't matter how smart you are, how many facts you know, or how many letters come after your name; it's easier than you think to fall prey to false truths.
The point of New Year's resolutions is to make yourself a better you. That means breaking old habits and building new ones. However, that doesn't happen overnight. It requires dedication and commitment to seeing an improved you at the end of a long journey.